In an attempt to advertise for their Bacon Clubhouse Sandwich, McDonalds has utilized soon-to-be NFL quarterback Johnny Manziel and current NBA superstar LeBron James. But they've also set us up to ask a lot more questions than we have answers.
As you can see above, LeBron finally joins a very exclusive club. The connection here is that the Clubhouse sandwich features McDonalds special sauce, which means it's the first ever sandwich outside the Big Mac to do so.
But why would LeBron James be joining a club that already features Johnny Manziel? If this club is so exclusive, wouldn't LeBron already be in there? Wouldn't he be texting his boy Johnny Football to try and get him in?
Is the sauce that special? Doesn't everyone know it's just Thousand Island dressing? Couldn't you get it really, really easily since Big Macs are the most sold sandwich in the world?
And why restaurants insist on using the word "artisan" like it means something other than a person who crafts things from hand? Shouldn't it be an artisanal roll? Does anyone really believe that McDonalds is crafting these pieces of bread from hand? And can we please, please, PLEASE stop using that word?